PROGRESS OF AUSTRALIANS
There are certain groups in Australia, such as children, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and migrants, who may experience different outcomes to the rest of Australia in terms of family and community. Children are particularly vulnerable to the impact of family transitions, while migrants may find it difficult to form social networks. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people may experience different degrees of social involvement through complex traditional systems of law and kinship. The following section looks at these three population groups.
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